Ode to a Clam

January 21, 2011 | David Green

seafood traditions All hail, all hail, the worthy clam. No better food, I sware there am. You sit there locked up in your shell, your inner thoughts you never tell. Your little siphon like a…

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North Carolina Oysters in Demand

January 7, 2011 | David Green

how to select, handle, clean and store seafood Oysters harvested in southeastern waters are known as the American oyster (Crassostrea viginica). This oyster is a bivalve mollusk, most often found in tidal waters of bays…

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Greetings from the Contributors

December 17, 2010 | David Green

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Garnishes – Endive

December 10, 2010 | David Green

tips from the kitchen It’s time to enjoy an elegant member of the lettuce family — endive. Often called the queen of vegetables, American grown Belgian-style endive is a delicious part of healthy eating. Endives…

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Bay Scallop Fishing Returns

November 26, 2010 | David Green

seafood traditions After two years of extremely low harvest followed by closure for three years, scallop fishing reopened in limited areas of North Carolina over the past two years. Based on new data presented by…

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